'Red Ribbon Mandalas' by Sahil Kitchell
Free

'Red Ribbon Mandalas' by Sahil Kitchell

Date & time
Sun 1 Dec 2019
5:30pm to 10:00pm
Add to Calendar 2019-12-01 17:30 2019-12-01 22:00 Australia/Brisbane 'Red Ribbon Mandalas' by Sahil Kitchell In acknowledgement of this year’s World AIDS Day, Council will be projecting <em>Red Ribbon Mandalas</em> by Sahil Kitchell on to the William Jolly Bridge from 27 November–1 December 2019, from 5:30–10pm each night. Sahil Kitchell is a graphic designer and artist who has worked with World AIDS Day for 8 years. <em>Ribbon Mandalas</em> re-invents the iconic red ribbon of World AIDS Day, transforming it from a lone ribbon to a more celebratory design of multiple ribbons side by side. Symbolising the supportive community, we are building on, so that no one is alone in the struggle with HIV/AIDS. We can now look forward to a time when we are free of stigma and discrimination and celebrate the leaps we have made since the first World AIDS Day 30 years ago. World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year.&nbsp; It raises awareness across the world and in the community about the issues surrounding HIV and AIDS.&nbsp; <em>Artwork information: Red Ribbon Mandalas by Sahil Kitchell, 2018 Digital image. Courtesy of the artist.</em> William Jolly Bridge, Brisbane City
Age

Open

Cost

Free

In acknowledgement of this year’s World AIDS Day, Council will be projecting Red Ribbon Mandalas by Sahil Kitchell on to the William Jolly Bridge from 27 November–1 December 2019, from 5:30–10pm each night.

Sahil Kitchell is a graphic designer and artist who has worked with World AIDS Day for 8 years.

Ribbon Mandalas re-invents the iconic red ribbon of World AIDS Day, transforming it from a lone ribbon to a more celebratory design of multiple ribbons side by side. Symbolising the supportive community, we are building on, so that no one is alone in the struggle with HIV/AIDS. We can now look forward to a time when we are free of stigma and discrimination and celebrate the leaps we have made since the first World AIDS Day 30 years ago.

World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year.  It raises awareness across the world and in the community about the issues surrounding HIV and AIDS. 

Artwork information: Red Ribbon Mandalas by Sahil Kitchell, 2018 Digital image. Courtesy of the artist.

Bookings

No bookings required.

Venue

William Jolly Bridge, Brisbane City

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